MJD: By the Numbers

After another Herculean performance on Sunday versus the Browns, Maurice Jones-Drew is finally starting to settle down and is getting back to his old dominant self. When your stat line boasts over 200 yards from scrimmage, including 132 rushing and the game winning score, you know it was a pretty good day. Sunday though was just the another step in Maurice Jones-Drew's already impressive career. Here is a look into some of the numbers that define his season and career:

0 - Amount of runs over 25 yards in 2010

.85 - Career Average Touchdowns per Game

1 - Games missed in 5 seasons

4 - Rushing Touchdowns in 2010

4.2 - Rushing Average in 2010

4.6 -  Career Rushing Average

8 - Rank on NFL's Career Active Rushing Touchdown Leaders

11.0 - Average Reception Length in 2010 (Career High)

20 - Career Starts

20.9 - Average Rushing Attempts per Game (Career High)

53 - Career Rushing Touchdowns

62 - Career Total Touchdowns

73 - Career Games Played

87.8 - Average Rushing Yards a Game in 2010 (Career High)

122 - Rank on the NFL's All-Time Rushing Leaders List

198 - Yards away from 5,000 Career Rushing Yards

878 - Rushing Yards in 2010

2045 - Career Receiving Yards

4802 - Career Rushing Yards (in only 20 starts)

Jones-Drew is actually looks to be on pace to break last seasons rushing yards total even when most people consider him to be having a down year. His rushing touchdowns may be down but he is getting his yards and also a lot of receiving yards as well. In fact with 2045 career receiving yards, he is the Jaguars leader in career receiving yards barely ahead of Marcedes Lewis. MJD has become the all around threat that the Jaguars had hoped he would be both on the ground and through the air. With only 198 yards left until he breaks 5000 career rushing yards, he looks like he will be on pace to do that this season and I'm excited for him. With 5,000 career rushing yards he will official average over 1,000 yards per season which is impressive and a great accomplishment. Overall we all can agree that MJD is a beast and lets hope he continues to be for years to come.

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